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, they were multimillionaires. what did they do to earn such a high rate of return? steve jobs dropped out of college, studied eastern religions, designed video games for atari. i received a letter from a 6-1/2-year-old boy which sums up what we've accomplished. "dear mr. jobs, "my crossword puzzle clue was, as american as apple... "i thought the answer was computer, but mom said it was pie." steve wozniak won a science fair at 12, designedomputers in high school, and raised money to build one six years later. i took it with my tv to the club and demonstrated to everybody. "look how small this is, and i built it myself." atari's founder, nolan bushnell, recalls a video game they created. i had one project that everyone turned down. it was a game called breakout. finally i said, "steve, hey, do this for me." and he said, "done." wozniak wasn't on the payroll and jobs was. they worked something out in the evening. two weeks later, in a project that traditionally took months, we had a prototype. in january 1976, jobs, the promoter, began pestering wozniak, the designer, to build some printed
million americans. we have live team coverage. >> steve secentanni is one of t many airports. >> good morning heather and ainsley. this storm system is widespread. we have seen the heaviest situations in the northeast. anywhere from florida up to maine you are seeing some form of precipitation associated with the storm. pretty incredible how massive it is. the rain really coming down new york city, emergennew jersey do washington, d.c. and up across parts of new england. we have areas of snow that have been coming down on the back end of it western pennsylvania, up state new york, several inches have already piled up through out the overnight hours. we are expecting more snow. you can see the snow coming down across parts of eastern kentucky, west virginia and also parts of eastern tennessee. right between the rain and the snow freezing rain p. it will be coating the road ways and causing dangerous travel conditions. if you are heading to work or headed out of down it will be picking up. winds gusting 40 miles per hour, 47 miles an hour at jfk, 30's and 40's across the a atlantic city
. >> and we are joined by steve newton, the co-owner of missions barbecue. good morning, steve. >> good morning. >> tell us why did you start mission? >> well, we wanted to build a business that had a purpose and meaning and it gave back. so police, military, fire, first responders, uniformed american heroes, and we want to give back and say thanks and honor them. and nothing more american than barbecue. and american food meets american heroes. >> this sounds good. and talk to us about veteran's day what you're doing for the military on veteran's day. >> on monday, veteran's day and we know that freedom isn't free. as a small gesture and appreciation, we are offering free sandwiches all day long to veterans and active duty military. we kick-off at 11:00 with the unvailing of the charm city cake. they made a specialty cake for each of the restaurants. and then at noon, we have a live version of the national anthem. we hope everybody comes out and says hello to the guests of honor, all the world war ii veterans on that day. >> and when we come back, our photographer just gave us a sneak p
week? steve rudin keeping track of this cold blast. >> we had wind gusts earlier in the day of 45 miles per hour at reagan international airport. the cold weather will stick around for the evening and overnight hours. take a look at temperatures. it is 27 in frederick, 30 degrees at reagan national airport. , what ithill factor feels like out there, in the single digits. it feels like 23 in arlington this hour. satellite and radar, a few snow showers across western pennsylvania. don't be surprised if you see a few flakes falling around the hagerstown area. is our holiday travel weekend lines, quiet and drive for the day tomorrow. look for heavy rain until late in the day on tuesday. we could be looking at significant snow in the mountains. what to expect coming up in a few minutes. >> the winter weather is being blamed for at least eight deaths in the west. several states received several inches of snow, including texas. plansorm could affect fort eustis and wednesday, as people hit the roads for or tuesday and- f wednesday, as people hit the roads for thanksgiving. steve will have anot
to the top. >> reporter: steve admits he may seem like someone who needs help. >> 99% of society today thinks that i need help and i beg to differ. >> reporter: in fact it's easy to see that the wheelchair bound man has always done when he set his mind too. he graduated from united states davis, married with two children and started his own foundation. >> i don't ever let anything stop me from doing anything. >> reporter: in 2008 he set his mind to something that seems ridiculous. he decided to climb the 2200- foot route up el capitan. and make a movie about the trip. he was never a climber. he has a fear of heights and yes he has cp. >> it's insane. >> reporter: a good able bodied climber can do it in two days. >>> how far did you get on the first day? >> 400 feet. >> reporter: he pulled himself up about two inches at a time and and cammed out on five nights. >> i passed out ono -- i was dehydrated. i went into high in -- >> reporter: he knew he had to finish. he made a promise. >> kids -- i told them doing this for -- i cute quit. >> reporter: his foundation takes disabled kids
, kansas. steve, this is a story for you. the cargo plane is a boeing 747 and was supposed to land at the air force base in kansas but landed at the smaller airport instead. no one is saying why this happened. this plane needs more than 9,000 feet to take off. the runway is about 6,000 feet long. boeing is trying to figure out how to handle this situation, what to do next. you can tweet us. >>> terrifying moments at another airport. take a look at this. an emergency slide in place in the middle of a flight inside the cabin. it knocked over a flight attendant when it blew up. this was on a flight from fort myers, florida, to boston. take a listen. >> all of a sudden there was a big noise and then it blew up like, you know. it was -- it was scary, a little scary. >> we were all startled. >> i bet that's scary. that flight attendant is okay. the plane made an emergency landing in orlando. no word on why that chute deployed. >>> florida congressman tray radal saying he is not going to step down. instead he's going to take a leave of absence to get treatment for substance abuse. >> i am
their son's final moments. here's abc's steve osunsami. >> reporter: this is the surveillance video that the u.s. attorney here has now asked the fbi to study tonight, from that cold afternoon. 17-year-old kendrick johnson, in the white shirt, walks into a busy high school gym in georgia, and never walks back out. >> it's one step closer to finding out what happened to my son. >> reporter: what happens next wasn't caught on camera. the sheriff, the school system and a state pathologist all say that johnson most likely dropped a shoe into a rolled up gym mat and then suffocated trying to get it out. johnson's family refuses to believe this, and they've now convinced their u.s. attorney to help. >> at this time, i am of the opinion that a sufficient basis exists for my office to conduct a formal review of the facts and investigation surrounding the death of kendrick johnson. >> reporter: the parents hired their own medical examiner who said this was a killing, blunt force trauma to the neck. when they exhumed his body, many of his internal organs were missing. authorities blamed the f
calls to attend not just the big event, the 2500 people event but a private event, steve cohen. looks really bad, and got a lot of people raising eyebrows who obviously called mickey -- >> when you said the event, was it like a celebration, chris christie, congratulations on the big win. >> then there was a private dinner. >> how many at the dinner. >> a handful of people. five people. maybe six. but i know five people that were there. >> did christie know he was coming? >> personally pushed him to come. essentially he called up steve cohen, heard he was depressed after the indictment and the plea deal and said, get -- according to one person said-get out your rear en, quote-unquote, and come down here. want you here. cohen was reluctant to go for the obvious optics of it. christie said, come anyway. >> could say he is staying loyal to his friends. >> did he break the law? . no is this a -- i spoke to few campaign consultants, they'll tell you, this could be a negative ad. if you want to run for president, you probably shouldn't be hanging out with a guy or personally hanging out, bri
. up next, walter issacson who wrote about steve jobs and ben franklin. he's standing by in studio 57. we're talking at the man who met the man in black we're tal cold & flu season is back so before the first sneeze help protect with a spray before the first tissue help defend with a wipe. and help prevent with lysol to get 10x more protection with each hand wash and kill 99.9% of germs around the house. this season, go beyond cleaning to help protect your family with lysol. start healthing. >>> welcome back to "cbs this morning." coming up in this half hour author and long-time journalist walter isaacson is in our toyota green room. there he is. nick's still here. he must like it here squoo last night's election. is it a sign america wants our politicians to move closer to the center? >>> plus it's been ten years since the world lost johnny cash. the journalist who knew him for three decades. he shares his career and battle against demons. that's ahead. >>> this morning we want to show you this morn's deadlines. a woman defeated her husband in a general election. jennife
a personal employee to help support the d.c. area economy and a virginia cop's reaction when steve harvey called her name on the show. hear what she said when she made it on the stage. use chase freedom at select department stores and get 5% cash back this quarter. so you can give her an even bigger surprise. activate your 5% cash back at chase. so you can. today is the first time in a long time we go surfing while well rested. time for some 6 a.m. dunkin' coffee. #mydunkin dunkin' coffee, brewed to perfection for the rich, smooth taste you love. share your story. #mydunkin >>> happening today, some heros for the homeland will be heading to the midwest. the group will be traveling to washington, illinois to help clean up from the devastating f-4 tornado that struck earlier this month. the heros will help rebuild, organize and remove the wreckage left behind. they'll also be distributing much needed supplies there. >> the long holiday weekend has special meaning for a local police chief. she is getting national recognition. >> and the winner is -- chief patricia harmon. >
on water. both expected to be okay. speaking of okay, here's steve. >> thank you very much, brian. a controversial textbook now approved by the texas school board despite concerns it is factually incorrect on a number of issues, including climate change and fracking. oil and gas professional becky berger tried persuading the texas board against adopting the book but to no avail. our next guest is not surprised. we're joined by a former member of the texas state board on education, cynthia dunbar joins us. becky berger stood in front of the board considering this textbook and said you can't have our kids read this. it is one-sided and riddled with air. they said we're going to print it any way with some changes. >> right. what's interesting is issues with errors in textbook is very common. nobody wants to think there are errors in textbook. those error concerns come up all the time. then it comes down to the question of are these factually octoberable errors or -- factually objectionable errors. then the problem comes where is the pool of information? if conservation make the compl
, happy thanksgivukkah. >>> good evening. thanks to you at home for joining us. i'm steve krenaki. rachel has the night off. it is the day before thanksgiving in america, because of this. >>> the office of the presidency, the most powerful position in the world, brings with it many awesome and solemn responsibilities. this is not one of them. >> that is the president today pardoning a turkey with first daughter, sasha and malia. the turkey's name, in case you are wondering, is popcorn. he is from the state of minnesota. the president was obviously back at the white house today along with popcorn. he spent the better part of this week not in you go wa. he spent the better part of this week in california where he attended fund-raisers. he visited dreamworks animation where he joked that his ears were the inspiration for shrek. in california, the president gave a big immigration address where he was heckled by a dreamer who pleaded for an end of deportation. the president said there was only so much he could do himself. he is going to need congress to act to do more. one thing he did not dev
in success. jenna: steve moore, senior economics writer for "the wall street journal" and joins us now. steve what is your reaction to the president's comments? >> two words, jenna, revisionist history. i was covering this story back in 2009 and 2010 when the president was promoting obamacare. when he said in every meeting with the republicans whenever he did meet with the republicans look, i won the election, i get to write the health care bill. when you think about it, jenna, the kind of ideas that republicans wanted in any kind of health care reform were basically left on the cutting board table. things like tort reform which would save hundred of billions of dollars in the health care system. things like allow being people to buy insurance across state lines, something you and i talked about over the years. those kind of things were completely left out. republicans weren't idea lodge chill opposed to -- idealogically opposed to covering people with preexisting conditions. what they were idealogically opposed to was the massive tax increase to pay for this. jenna: pick up on what the gop i
minutes, i will talk about the potential for snow and rain across our area. >> steve, all right. we are use to dealing with cold in the d c area, but some people are surprised that we received this blast this early. tom roussey continues live team coverage from the lincoln memorial. down, butds are dying it is still awfully cold especially for this time of year. 21 degrees below average. normally, you will see folks hanging out with the steps there. there is no one there. this cold is keeping a lot of people away. many did find things to do outside tonight. >> ironically, one of the best ways to stay warm tonight was to get on the ice. if you continue to skate around, you feel less cold. it affected cold, the zamboni at the pentagon city outdoor rink. harry tran spent about 12 hours, , getting itutside to work right. >> trying to stay outside, make sure the machine is running. 10 degreess all most colder than the average high in mid-january which is the coldest time of year around here. in d c, it is not the cold. it is the windchill. today saw gusts of up to 45 miles per hour. that
a tiny american drug company found the solution to the scourge of the meth epidemic. and steve hartman on the road. prisoners who met suellen fried leave prison with a new conviction. >> maybe we're not that bad
contraception on religious grounds. steve handelsman is on capitol hill. >> reporter: this won't be a do over, but the high court will take another look at a big question about obama care. how much can the government make americans do on health care or in these cases how much can it make the owners of companies do? obama care requires private employers to provide free birth control coverage. the mennonite owners of this wood specialties store with 950 employees in pennsylvania saying that violates their religious rights. >> they are saying i don't know how i can do this bassed on my religious conscience. >> reporter: a federal court sided with president obama who made including contraception a campaign issue exempting only schools in the like run by churches. >> woman who work at these institutions will have access to free contraception like other women. >> reporter: the owners of hoby lobby won their case, a federal ruling they do not have to cover birth control for 13,000 employees. now the supreme court will decide. >> we don't think you need to leave your views and preferences at the door
. hey. >> the first annual steve har vi neighborhood awards announced during a taping of his show. karen's florist was named the best florist. th another winner from our area, the police chief of harbor, patricia harmon was voted best police officer. the steve harvey show airs on nbc 4. you can see clips of all the winners on our website, >>> if you are already over the black friday shopping, there's more. we have everything you need to know before cyber monday. >> yeah, our liz crenshaw did all the work for you to help you find the best deals online. >> reporter: there will be some big changes for those of you coming bac >>> starting monday, the district will hand out $100 fines in one part of town if you don't park within the lines. >> in other parts of the city, there's limits to where food trucks can park. >> mark segraves has the details now, before you head back to work. >> reporter: the tracks are in and the wires are up. even the streetcars won't be running along h street northeast until next year, the fines for blacking the path start monday. you must park
. abc's steve osunsami tells us what happened next. >> reporter: this was the moment of relief when the family of 29-year-old bethany arceneaux found and rescued her from a violent ex-boyfriend who was holding her hostage. >> he was about to kill her. he wasn't going to stick around and wait for it to happen. >> reporter: she had been missing for days of the the police search was getting nowhere so they searched too. her aunts and sisters posted fliers with her photo. her brothers and cousins got their guns and searched the woods. they were checking out this abandoned home in louisiana when they heard her scream. >> he told her as soon as they kick the door in i'm going to kill you. >> reporter: they say scott thomas started stabbing her when they broke in and then one of them shot him dead. >> police had their guns drawn in this vacant house on anderson road. >> reporter: by the time police arrived it was over. for now even the district attorney says he won't charge the family. >> in this case they saved the girl from dying and unfortunately the assailant died. >> reporter: like so
adam and eve, not adam and steve. if the senate tomorrow makes the mistake of approving the employment nondiscrimination act proposed bit distinguished senator from massachusetts, it will pave the way for liberal judges to threaten the policies of countless american employers and in the long run put in question the legality of the defense of marriage act. >> this produced a particularly dark day for the gay rights movement. on september 10th, 1996, the senate passed the defense of marriage act overwhelmingly and then an hour later, it rejected enda 50-49. a week after that, bill clinton signed doma. that was 17 years ago. in some very big ways, the world changed a lot since then. states are now legalizing gay marriage. half of all americans now live in states where it is the law. the defense of marriage act is history, gays can now openly serve in the military. but for protection from job discrimination, there has been no progress there at the federal level. nearly every congress since 1994 has reintroduced enda. and watched it collect dust. this past week, it finally got a vote in the
was named best police officer in the first annual steve harvey neighborhood awards. she went to chicago to accept her award on the hit tv show. growing up she was a troubled kid until i prince william county police officer changed her life. >> and when kids get in trouble in my community, arrest is the st tng we do. we help them. helping out a kid in trouble really can change a life. >> another big winner, karen's florist shop won the award for best florist. you can watch the steve harvey show every weekday afternoon at 2:00 here on nbc 4. congratulations to them. >> why kevin bacon is making a personal employee to help support the d.c. area economy. >> and some of the holiday sales may not be worth rushing out to this weekend. we'll compare. >> amelia is here. >> we're looking at mostly cloudy skies today and cooler temperatures but warmer tomorrow. how >>> new this morning, the mega millions jackpot just got a lot bigger. no one won last night's drawing which was worth about $230 million. now that jackpot is worth 257 million. this is the largest since a year and a half ago. but no on
another player to a max contract. along with bryant, two others are on the books for next season. steve nash and robert. think he should have stayed? feel good about that? >> yeah. probably time to get up off the couch. a couple years to go to work. >> go workout with kobe. stretch his achilles. do something. >> back to you. >> okay, guys. >>> we are marking a milestone for a connecticut couple. yesterday, was their 81st wedding anniversary for ann and john betar. they eloped in 1832, at the ages of 17 and 20. >> today, they are 98 and 102. they raised 5 children, 14 grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren. what keeps them alive, america's longest married couple, is that family. >> and they look great, by the way. >> they really do. fantastic. 81 years together. >> that's awesome. >>> coming up next, a hit tv show kills off a popular character. and fans are outraged. >>> call of the wild on the windshield. >>> call of the wild on the windshield. "the pulse," next. this is jim, . but jim has afib, atrial fibrillation -- an irregular heartbeat, not caused by a heart valve problem. that p
, steve that congress does not look at transportation as a single entity. it looks at it in a stove pipe fashion in that aviation, amtrak, highways, are dealt with separate bills in separate budgets. the traveler does not say i am exclusively a railroad traveler. a traveler on any day might use highways, aviation, railroads, and what would certainly help america's transportation to fundn today would be all of the modes to a multimodal, single transportation budget, which is not being done. what we are doing today is lobbyists from each of the modes are coming to capitol hill and fighting for their share of the pie. is relatively poor, does not have a political action committee, it does not fare as well as the other modes do on the hill. host: i want to come back to that in a moment, but let's look at amtrak by the numbers. 300ny given day it operates passenger trains daily. it has more than 21,000 miles of roots. it connects more than 500 destinations in 46 states, washington, d.c., and three canadian provinces. a top speed is 150 miles an hour. service began on may 1, 1971. the first tr
when i implored tom to bring to the house floor a resolution that steve of new york and i had introduced authorized the then president bush to enghage military action in operation desert storm to drive sa dam hugh sane out of kuwait. i was convinced that tom opposed military intervention and i know that a good many of his caucus were strongly opposed as well. >> it was an exercise of political courage and personal deesen si for tom to agree to bring the resolution up for an open debate and record a vote under those circumstances but he did. we had one of the most spirited but civil and informative debates in which i had been privileged to participate in all my 38 years in congress. we prevailed and the final outcome that day but i would have been proud of the house and proud of our speaker regardless because the house demonstrated to the world that it was truly a deliberative and democratic body. tom and i always struggled to find common ground between our two sides when there were issues upon which we could not agree, we could at least use common courtesy in the way we conduc
about what they knew about this situation? >> reporter: the owner steve ross called for an independent outside investigation from the nfl. the coach has been on the defensive. yesterday we were at the dolphins training center where he was peppered with questions by the meade what who wants to know what he knew and when he knew it. >> if the review shows this is not a safe atmosphere, i will take whatever measures are necessary to insure that it is. i have that obligation to the players that i coach on a daily basis. i will do that. >> reporter: there has been a lot of outrage about incognito's behavior and his racist texts inside the locker room. no player attacked incognito. several took to praising him as a great teammate. bill: the coach said the right thing there. now you have to figure out what the team knew if it knew anything. >> it's clear he had a difficult past and he's unpush in that lights as far as the rest of the nfl goes. you have this buffedy in there with him using the "n" word. bill: it's election day and a certain new jersey governor is up for reelection and it could
with congress on a larger improvement. steve and virginia on our republican line. you are on the "washington journal." what do you think about these proposed fixes? going tohey are not work. they are trying to print money to cover up their corruption and incompetence. every man, woman, and child a $5,000 credit card that will be activated the minute you get a cold. then if somebody's catastrophic plan cannot be funded with that go to your congressional district and have more money loaded onto it. it will give every man, woman, and child in this country a health-care savings account. it would be their responsibility to look after their own needs. we would start treating people like adults instead of a bunch of children. democrats do not -- do not believe in treating people like children. tweets.ts of treat -- here is a slew of them. where does obama get the authority to change laws? says, how can the white house make changes to the law without an act of congress? how many have actually read the fix to the bill. will this only make things worse? president trying to provide cover for geo--- cov
. steve ine-mail from illinois -- the filibuster was a good option if used prudently and fairly. but it has been abused and overused. majority means one vote more than half. that is an e-mail from steve and illinois. a call from teresa in pennsylvania on our line for democrats. good morning. thank you for taking my call. i wanted to say that the republicans were well aware that if they continued the obstruction of the judges nor any obama appointee, then harry reid would have this option. so it is time for him to use it. theeeds to get some of president's appointees where they need to be. and it is just fair. they cannot be surprised by it. host: more headlines this morning. in the money section of "usa today" -- house committee and 's inspectorartment general are looking into a new york post report with national employment data and head of the 2012 election that may have been manipulated. richard in new jersey on our line for republicans. .aller: yeah, hi i am afraid that my republican constituents across the country never paid attention to the fact that our representatives in
where people took a breath, that they cried, that they heard from people like steve davis whose death of his sister deborah was not even proven. that they hadn't no finding that he had done it. nevertheless you heard steve davis had to be propped up by his wife as he told whitey bulger that he hoped he, too, died like his sister, gasping for breath. >> the question has always been when will he take the stand. he didn't. the question is when will he appear at sentencing. he didn't. to make a statement. will whitey bulger ever speak out on this in any way. >> i think much to my dismay, charlie, as you know and to the dismay of others, i think that whitey bulger will not speak out. and one of the people we heard from yesterday was the son of roger wheeler who was legitimate businessman out of tulsa, oklahoma. and when his son got up to speak, as he held a picture, held it up of his father, and wanted to hear so much from whitey bulger because mr. wheeler told the fbi and the didn't of justice just as reresponsible for his father's death. whitey bulger refused to even look at these victim
official. the first annual steve harvey awards were announced during a taping of his talk show. stafford police chief was named best police officer. the award recognizes people and businesses nationwide who exemplify their communities. other categories this year include best bakery, bus driver, day care provider and deli. coming up on news 4 at 5:00, you'll meet another winner in our area in the best florist category. >>> the body of a missing air national guardsman has been identified. the special award the family will accept on his behalf. >>> kate >>> kate middleton, otherwise known as the duchess of cambridge made an appearance. she honored some of britain's most talented athletes in lon dochblt it gives young athletes financial aid as their careers move on to the international stage and the olympics. the duchess presented the one to watch award to a 16-year-old member of the british national shooting team. as usual, the duchess made headlines for her fashion wearing a little black dress. >>> it's not too often you see anybody sitting behind the desk of the president. ron wade can si
against his 319-pound teammate. tonight a question, were some of the coaches in on it? abc's steve osunsami starts us off with the very latest on this growing story. >> reporter: the accusations are so explosive, the nfl commissioner late today called for a formal investigation. were miami dolphin coaches, the ones encouraging veteran lineman richie incognito told to toughen up jonathan martin. martin checked himself into a hospital for emotional stress. joe fill bin defended the team. >> since the day i walked in these doors it's been one of honesty, respect and accountability to one another. >> reporter: incognito has a well earned reputation. in this video circulating from a sports bar, his famous short fuse is on dis explain. he's accused of sending racial slurs and voice mails. >> there is no room for bullying in this league. >> reporter: former coach her man edward says bullying has no place in the locker room. >> i never asked a player to toughen someone up. i always felt that was the coach's job to do. >> reporter: on sports radio came in bombshell from legend warren sapp.
members of his victims, as they addressed him in court, calling him a rat, a punk, even satan. steve said he wanted to strangle bulger. he challenged would 84-year-old former leader of south boston's notorious winter hill gang, to turn around and look at him. >> he took off his glasses and was going to glance over when something told him not to. maybe it was best it didn't happen that way. >> reporter: in court, david wheeler held up a photo of his father, roger, who was killed in a hit bulger ordered in 1981. he also criticized the fbi for as he put it, protecting and supervising bulger, before he went on the run for 16 years. bulger was finally captured in 2011 in santa monica. >> he kept his back turned to me, just like the fbi and justice department have turned their back to me. >> the two-hour hearing ended when the judge asked bulger if he wanted to speak. he simply said no. >> even if bulger didn't look at or address the victim's families, his attorney was affected by the raw emotion. >> i sat right next to him. saw how he responded. and i thought that was in response of the words!
. and steve hartman on the road. prisoners who met suellen fried leave prison with a new conviction. >> maybe we're not that bad
. the center of the disaster is tacloban. a steve 220,000 people nearly flattened by the typhoon. and seth doane is in tacloban. >> reporter: at the heavily damaged edd tacloban airport thousands wait in the rain. as the c-130 cargo plane arrived on the tarmac. desperate survivors rushed to get on board. only a few hundred were lucky enough to get out. >> there's nothing here. >> reporter: this is what they're trying tos ing toing to escape. a city used to this. tsunami-like storm surges u.s. brigadier general paul kennedy saw it. >> we saw other small communities devastated. i'm talking nothing left standing. >> reporter: chapels have been into makeshift morgues. and survivors are picking through what remains of their homes, many collecting their belongings in a couple of bags. others already trying to rebuild. following reports of looting, philippine soldiers were deployed to restore some order, as residents wait for help. manila has become a bit of a staging ground for food and supplies. planes leave with aid. and return with just some of the 600,000 displaced reside
37. steve in cross junction 36. we know the cold air is moving and it's just a matter of time before the temperatures drop off and these winds are gusting, too. 35 martinsburg. manassas was gusting 38. now only 31. we're gusting to 22, 26 up in gaithersburg toward frederick. so low clouds here. high clouds above it as we look outside on our weather camera. 53. here go the winds, they've turned to the north, northwest at 9. they're going to start to pick up the next couple of hours as this front drops through the region. and it is going to be dropping just the temperatures. a little bit of snow in the mountains. a couple of showers here at 8:00. we'll take you toward 11:30. again a shower or two, maybe a passing flurry. no big deal. really, no big deal as it's going to melt on contact if we even do get anything that's frozen. by 2:00 still mostly cloudy with clearing trying to work in late this afternoon from the northwest. and that just means a cold freezing night. 43 today. perhaps a rain are a snow shower or flurry with a little late sunshine. 30 tonight. with the winds, by the way
starring will ferrell, steve carell, and christina applegate opens in theaters on december 20. >>> tonight, folks, we are learning just how dismal the enrollment numbers are on >> we'll have those figures in just a moment. first, here's the most important moment and the most important story from your world today in 90 seconds. >> lawmakers are asking the government's chief technology officers what could have been done to prevent a disastrous loss. >> nobody in this room believes that republicans want to fix the website. >> it is an extremely difficult drive as each mile passes, the destruction worsens. finally after four hours, we reach the eye of this storm. night falls -- one by one, grandpa greets his son. >> have you purchased illegal drugs in the last two years? >> yes, i have. >> and the counselors agree the mayor should step aside. an apology should be enough. >> i really passed up and that's it. >> there's a good chunk of the morning where it seemed like there was one accident after another. drivers sliding sideways into guardrails and into other vehicles.
clothes? is it a, style, b, designer or c price? >> our facebook friend steve wrote whatever his significant other says. >> as long as they got the suit and tie, the answer yÑ w >>> nine vehicles on fire at watkins regional park in kettering. an investigation is ongoing. who did it? >> the maryland capital park police say a stolen vehicle was dumped there and set on fire about 5:00 this morning and that fire spread to the other vehicles which are for park employees. they believe the fire was deliberately set. >>> a cold day today. breezy, not as windy as yesterday. still chilly, 45. 50s tomorrow and friday. 60s this weekend with a slight chance of showers moving in by then. >>> there's a crash on the northbound side of 395 right here before seminary roadblocking off two lanes. it is solid right now from springfield on 95. >> cbs this morning is next. >> and howard and i will be back in 25 minutes with traffic and wept are. >> you know you can always get your news, weather and traffic a whole lot more 24/7 don't forget, wusa9's facebook page. >> and on cbs this mornin
any higher. >> reporter: among anxious americans watching stateside, steve and vicki kurzban of colorado saw their 18-year-old son simon on "world news." >> apparently 50 little kids got sucked away. >> reporter: a happy ending for one american family but for so many here who need so much and who are still five days in seeing so little aid get here, there is no end in sight. diane? >> thank you, terry. as you said need so much and there are so many ways to help these families in the philippines. we have listed many of the ways to help on our website. just go to >>> and important news now for airline travelers, a major merger is a step closer. the justice department gave the green light to usairways and american to join forces to become the largest airline in the world. it could happen by the end of the year. >>> and tonight a rough new poll number for the president. for the first time a majority, 52 percent say the president is not honest and trustworthy. people felt misled about getting insurance through obama care and now president clinton is adding salt to the
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the field. >> reporter: i'm working the fields here. >> our guests are from aerotech. that's steve's primary company. no matter what happens against he's going to have one winner this morning. >> reporter: there you go. very well said. yes, indeed. manic monday at jimmy's in fells point with aerotech when the eyewitness news morning edition rolls on. >> [cheers] ,,,,,,,,,, ♪ i wish i was made of money. i wish you were too. chances are, you're not made of money. so don't overpay for motorcycle insurance. geico motorcycle. see how much you could save. >>> good morning. 33 now. 58% humidity. just a slight br. barometer is at 30.57. a big dime dome of canadian high pressure on top of us. your normal low is 40, normal high 61. we're at 33 on tv hill, 30 near elkton, 34 bel air and rock hall, 28 westminster, 33 columbia, annapolis and kent island 38, 36 in the district. last warm air out to the south and west. the head lines is not going to be how chilly it is in the area be you this warming trend. this is going to come with clouds. having said that, i'll take clouds and temperatures that clos
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. was the white house aware of these concerns at the time? >> steve, we said all along i know that there's selective leaks going on out of various house committees of, as they conduct oversight into this, but we said all along that there were in the testing of this instances where there were problems that were identified and fixes that were undertaken to the welcome back site. the web site. what we did not expect was that we would have the size problem that we had come october 1st. in and -- if we had expected that, we wouldn't have been promoting the launch of the web site in the run-up to it in the way that we were. president was very candid about that. i mean, it does not stand the test of logic to suggest that we somehow knew that the web site would perform as poorly as it did and a week before or four days before were encouraging people to go to it and talking about how it would be fairly functional and effective. so there's no question if the point of these selective leaks is to get everybody to recognize that the web site performed terribly on october 1st, i don't think that's a p
line from florida. caller: hi, steve. good morning. thisroblem i have with president is he gets on television and tells us all these things he does not know about. he does not know about 5.1 million people losing health care. he doesn't know about the obama care website down. he doesn't know about benghazi. andoesn't know about fast furious. he did not know about the tea party targeting. i believe we host: have an absent minded president. you think he misled you yucca or was it incompetence? caller: several times. take your pick. is ron from georgia. caller: he has been misleading us from the start on this. he lied about the cost from the very beginning. we know it is way over $1 trillion. lies in the more system. benghazi, he is in the middle of a campaign so he sends someone often lie about that. sky is a joke. he should be impeached. this is from "the hill" newspaper, based on a story from "the washington post" -- that story from the hill newspaper on the attorney general, who has no plans to step down immediately. next call is from kelvin in portland, oregon. caller: good mo
patients to take care of ten million more people in the system. >> host: steve is in troy, michigan, on our independent line. hi, steve. >> caller: good morning, representative harris. >> guest: good morning. >> caller: i do have a question, but i have a few things to say before the question. now, i didn't have insurance until i was in my mid 40s. i was always healthy as a young person, so i didn't even think about insurance which most of my friends didn't either. but i would like c-span to correct the democrats that call up, and they do this every day. obama lied, today believe the lie, so they were deceived. the insurance companies -- and i'm not fond of them -- they just follow what obama told them to do. so they're cutting people off because ezekiel emanuel finally admitted -- and he's one of the creators of obamacare -- that the purpose of getting the people off the insurance companies so that they could come to obamacare, their plan was for people the lose their insurance. now, my question is, is anyone going to confront obama in dealing with he cannot break the law? it's a law, so is
a pornography of sort, celebrating failure. people telling important it is to fail. steve jobs giving commencement on how important it is to fail. if the steve jobs -- pretty easy to some pathetic if you lead a life of -- there is less exciting. i'm sure you have been a do-gooder, at do-gooder events where everyone is skimming the cream. i was at a table in a bunch of people who do you good but there was somebody from teach for america which is so hard to get into, it was somebody social entrepreneurship with a pic of the best entrepreneur's and invest in the. it was somebody picking up star student from cambodia and bring them to the universities a. there was somebody else picking up star urban kids to be ambassadors for scholarship recipients. this is a charity model based on the idea of the admissions process. you take out the stars and you move on. most religions say you serve the lowest of low, you serve the poorest among us. ticking up the stars and doing the cream skimming is by that standard him by any religious standard, not okay. and the third character challenge i would say
, steve. pleasure to be speaking with you. i have a quick comment. then i want to ask a question. it is a pleasure. host: go ahead. caller: i have a quick comment. then i wanted to ask a question. i wanted to thank c-span for educating me about president kennedy's africa policies and how instrumental it was in solving the cuban missile crisis. i also wanted to ask mr. reeves this morning, and it is wonderful to be speaking with you as well, about president being uniquely positioned as the first irish catholic president and the civil rights speech, to speak about something as old as the scriptures and clear as the constitution, that we have no class system or masquerade. and how that should really be for all americans 50 years later. host: thanks for the call. it is describing part of the extraordinary 48 hours in the kennedy presidency when he gave what is called the peace speech at american university, saying perhaps we should take another look at the cold war. how did we get into it? are we really adversaries or are we all moral and what do we all care about our children and wh
responsibility for that. it is our responsibility to make sure it never happens again. steve, illinois, democrats line. you are on with major general james mcconville. caller: happy thanksgiving. the troopou stand on anddrawal from afghanistan how that conflict is going on right now? a tactical manner, we are bringing our troops down. -- we are doing it in a prudent manner to maintain gains that we have had in the last 12 years. you see a transition. one of the things i do is manage the transition. in atransition is, i was division for 15 months in afghanistan. during that timeframe, we did most of the fighting. last four to five years, they have made progress. if you look at the operations today, we are back here, for five years later, 95% of the operations are being conducted by the afghan security forces unilaterally. that allows us to bring our forces down there and we are doing that. when we came here, we had about s.x security force that equated to about 18,000 soldiers. they're down to two security foreces. we had 58 combat basis. fewer bases.wn to we do not want to keep troops here longer
for this story. steve, i don't know if you like to golf, we are not 90 but maybe there is hope. >> these people give you hope. 90-year-old members of the golf course and will never have to pay again. >> i love golf. >> frank is hope to shoot a round of golf lower than his age. >> i am 91 going to be 92. so i hope from now until i get about 98. i will depreciate about five shots. >> i play once a week now. >> thanks to a new ordinance passed by a new city commission. five players over 90 are regular players. frank has been looking forward to saving the $1200 in yearly green's fees. >> what did you think at 89? >> one more year. >> i got them for my 90th bur d burged -- birthday -- >> helen focus on short swing since she cannot hit it as far. >> do you ever get mad on the course? >> it is a game of golf. if things go wrong, accept them and go on. maybe the holes are better down the road. >> he is using the money to by a new putter. that is a thin blade putter and depends on feel. not easy for any age >> glad you brought that to us. once you get a putter you like, you have to stick with it. >> y
lets me know that help by the affordable care act is rare. steve from greenfield says he and his wife are in good health with current insurance costing $485 a month. under obamacare that goes to roughly $1,150 a month a 237% increase. june from batavia received a letter from united health care and while she says she can handle it it will be a problem for her husband he has stage four kidney disease and is on dialysis and will soon not have his doctors. don from loveland said if the affordable care act is allowed to stand my family will have to come up with an extra $6,604 next year. we can't afford that from what i'm seeing, stress and anxiety with becoming an increasingly common dige know -- diagnosis. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: for what purpose does the gentleman from indiana rise? without objection. >> thank you mr. speaker. once again today the president said to the american people, if you like your health care plan, you can keep it. at least for one more year, if you're lucky. the problem is, saying something many times
, congressman steve gaines, congressman richard hanna, speaker bob livingston, congressman bob mcewen, congressman michael turner. if you would please stand and be acknowledged, and a fine miss anybody, stand up. -- if i miss anybody, stand up. [applause] this is a highlight for the kemp family. we have many kemp family members here. my mom and dad have 17 grandchildren. i'm not going to name them all. if you are a member of the family, please rise and be acknowledged. i'm sorry to embarrass you, but my boys are in the back corner. [applause] and kemp family members, rise. kemp family members, rise. now i would like everybody else to stand as d.c. washington comes to lead us in the national anthem. >> ♪ oh say can you see ♪ by the dawn's early light ♪ ♪what so proudly we hailed ♪ at the twilight last gleaming ♪ ♪ whose rod stripes and bright stars ♪ ♪ through the perilous fight ♪ o'er the ramparts we watched ♪ ♪ were so gallantly streaming ♪ and the rockets red glare ♪ the bombs bursting in air ♪ gave proof through the night ♪ that our flag was still th
a discriminatory system. steve the analysis has to be followed. with the supreme court says there is government has to justify the application of its mandate to the particular claimant and the government had granted exemptions for hundreds of thousands but was unwilling to make exception for the 130 or so claimants in that case. here it's far worse than now. in the federal register we have 98 million and some courts of calculate 191 million exceptions of religious and nonreligious for religious and nonreligious reasons. there is no way this is comparable to lee. >> your corporation a commercial operation does not purport to be a religious operation with those companies that are exempt in those terms. >> those are the only companies that are exempt. >> those are small companies that are grandfathered. ..
staff told them. and so it's not on them. it's on us. but it is something that we intend to fix. steve collinson. >> do you have reason to believe that iran would walk away from nuclear talks if congress draws up new sanctions? and would a diplomatic breakdown at this stage leave you no option but military action? and how do you respond to your critics on the hill who say that it was only tough sanctions that got iran to the table, but only tougher sanctions will make it capitulate? >> well, let me make a couple of points. number one, i've said before and i will repeat: we do not want iran having nuclear weapons. and it would be not only dangerous to us and our allies, but it would be destabilizing to the entire region, and could trigger a nuclear arms race that would make life much more dangerous for all of us. so our policy is iran cannot have nuclear weapons. and i'm leaving all options on the table to make sure that we meet that goal. point number two: the reason we've got such vigorous sanctions is because i and my administration put in place, when i came into office, the internat
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